Do you feel that deer management only extends to your boundary line? Or, that what occurs beyond the border has traditionally been looked upon as the wild west? Wildlife Cooperatives (Co-ops) are changing that mindset. A Wildlife Co-op is comprised of neighboring landowners and/or hunters working toward common interests.
NDA has long recognized the importance of a cooperative effort among neighbors to promote healthy deer herds, healthy habitats, and for improved hunting quality. Cooperatives driven by deer management also enrich broader landscape biodiversity and conservation, which is beneficial for game and non-game species alike.
In this episode, NDA’s Deer Outreach Specialist Cheyne Matzenbacher joins Nick and The Doctor to talk about Co-ops, and how to get one started in your area. Cheyne shares success stories from his work, and The Doctor also talks about his personal experience being part of a Co-op in New York.
The B-Team Report doesn’t disappoint once again as our hosts share tales of failed muzzleloader hunts and the burn of spilled hot coffee. Next episode is an Ask NDA Anything episode, so be sure to get your questions in. You can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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